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Approximate analytical solutions for diagonal reinforced timber-framed walls with fibre-plaster coating material
Miroslav Premrov, Peter Dobrila, Branko Bedenik, 2004, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper provides approximate analytical solutions for diagonally reinforced timber-framed panel walls usually used as main bearing capacity elements in the construction of prefabricated timber structures. These walls can be mathematically treated as composite elements made of a timber frame and fibre-plaster boards as a coating material. As boards are the weakest part of the system they are reinforced with steel diagonals. The proposed approximate analytical models with the fictitious thickness and width of fibre-plaster boards enable simultaneously to consider the influence of inserted steel diagonals, flexibility of mechanical fasteners between the boards and the timber frame and any appearing cracks in the tensile area of the fibre-plaster boards. The obtained numerical results show good agreement with the measured experimental results.
Keywords: civil engineering, timber structures, panel walls, fibre-plaster boards, steel reinforcement, steel diagonals, mathematical modelling
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 1324; Downloads: 55
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Reinforcing methods for composite timber frame-fiberboard wall panels
Peter Dobrila, Miroslav Premrov, 2003, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper presents different possibilities on how to reinforce timber frame wall panels, which are mainly used as load-carrying capacity elements in the construction of prefabricated timber structures. These walls can be treated as composite elements composed of a timber frame and fiber-plaster boards. As the boards are the weaker part of the system they need to be somehow reinforced in order to assure the resistance and ductility of the elements especially in multi-level buildings located in seismic or windy areas. The aim of this research is to determine the differences in resistance and ductility between elements, reinforced using two different methods. Whilst the first, using additional fiberboards, does not improve the resistance and especially the ductility in the contended sense, it is more convenient for finding a solution when inserting diagonal steel strips, which are fixed to the timber frame.
Keywords: timber structures, stene, fiber-plaster boards, steel diagonals, mathematical models
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 1329; Downloads: 71
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